Tag Archive for: Mayan Culture

Ayahuasca use in GuatemalaEthical Fashion Guatemala

Ayahuasca use in Guatemala

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Ayahuasca use in Guatemala Tourism: Ayahuasca tourism become increasingly popular in Guatemala. Ayahuasca have been overtaken by profiteers.
Lake Atitlan Mayan Nose HikeEthical Fashion Guatemala

Lake Atitlan Mayan Nose Hike

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Lake Atitlan Mayan Nose Hike Indian Nose Lake Atitlan Officially Renamed The Mayan Nose For years Tourists have come to Lake Atitlan Guatemala for the view, the hiking, climbing San Pedro Volcano and one of the best early-morning hikes is to climb what has always been called The Indian’s Nose a viewpoint which sits at 2,863 meters
Guatemala Empower Female Mayan ArtisansEthicl Fashion Guatemala

Guatemala Empower Female Mayan Artisans

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Empower Female Mayan Artisans is owned by Female Mayan Artisans, This is an important fact for the future for Guatemalan Artisans
Seven Days in GuatemalaEthical Fashion Guatemala

Seven Days in Guatemala Tours

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Seven Days in Guatemala Tours with a Purpose to take you away from the crowds, into the heart of the Mayan Culture that we support.
Guatemala Shopping Ethical Fashion

Guatemala Shopping Ethical Fashion

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Shop Ethical Fashion Guatemala is a marketing strategy supported by over 1000 weavers from Guatemala. Ethical Fashion Guatemala, also can be called eco fashion, is a part of the growing design philosophy and trend of sustainability, the goal of which is to create a system which can be supported indefinitely in terms of human impact on the environment and social responsibility.
Guatemalan Clothing Designs Huipil TipicoEthical Fashion Guatemala

Guatemalan Clothing Designs Huipil Tipico

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Huipil Tipico Clothing Designs Guatemala. The huipil is a traditional garment worn by Indigenous women from Guatemala. The term Tipico represents a typical clothing design.
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Chichicastenango Market | Popul Vuh

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Chichicastenango Market | Popul Vuh For most travelers to Guatemala the Chichi Market as it is called is a stopping point to enjoy the color and excitement of the Market on Thursdays and Sundays.